Project Flow is a cloud-based lesson delivery tool like no other, allowing presentations, activities, questions and work to be sent directly to student devices. It offers automated differentiation and instant feedback on student performance to the teacher.
Teachers need to ensure that all students are performing to the best of their abilities and that lesson content is targeted to students’ individual needs and learning styles. Not only that, but ensuring that students have understood all concepts before moving onto the next is crucial to embed the learning. If the class contains individuals who have not fully grasped a particular concept, teachers need to be able to dedicate time to assisting and helping these students.
With Genee’s Project Flow lesson management software, all those needs and more – are met through a range of key features including automatic differentiation, informed responsiveness and dynamic updates to your pre-defined groups.
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- Automated Differentiation – Simply define your groups of students ahead of the lesson, with a single click you can automatically send differentiated content to students.
- Dynamically Update – Dynamically change your students pre-defined groups mid-task to ensure they are working at the correct level.
- Informed Responsiveness – Create questions for both summative and formative assessment and get instant results – Identify student weaknesses and target areas that require additional input.
- Lesson Library – Create, save and share your lessons with other teachers in our online lesson library.
- Instant – Live Chat – With the Project Flow live chat feature you can respond instantly to a student’s query and solve their problem. All conversations within Project Flow are stored for future reference.
- Eyes Up Feature – Lock down the student device ensuring that they pay attention to the main classroom touchscreen when full focus is required.
- Peer to Peer Review – Share a piece of student work with the class by displaying it on the interactive touchscreen, encouraging collaboration.
- Insert Supplementary Resources – Add in images and/or video content to give greater visual impact to your lesson, creating a more engaging classroom environment.